Accreditation

The quality standard

Brainstorm

By practitioners, for practitioners

Recognizing a practitioner as being qualified to perform their profession to the highest quality standards.

Why?

​Together, we advance AI adoption by raising the bar to foster public trust so that companies can invest with confidence and governments can draw on accredited experts to advance regulation that enables widespread deployment.

​Requirements

  • At least 4 years of professional experience.

  • Ability to meet the competency standards (see below).

  • Evidence complete for assessment and expert review (see below).

Your benefits

PROFESSIONAL STANDING

Visible endorsement of your professional standards and competence.

PEER

NETWORKING

Access to peers of the same standing, and to leadership training.

MORE 

RESPONSIBILITY

Lead AI adoption by example and be in demand for mission-critical projects.

HIGHER

INCOME

Be requested as an expert and raise your salary or freelance fees.

Competency standards

The highest standards for technical competence, ethical behavior, business impact, and benefits to society.​

Data proficiency

Advancing AI adoption

Professional contribution

Personal capacity

Download the standards.

Evidence to be submitted

Show your professional competence, experience, and standards.

Up-to-date CV

Use case narrative

List of contributions

Download the instructions.

The accreditation process

INITIAL

ASSESSMENT

Check of completeness, requirements, and factual information.

SUBMISSION

FEE

€2200 +VAT (€2618.-) for the full process of accreditation.

EXPERT

REVIEW

Two independent reviews, a 2-hour interview, and a written report.

ACCREDITATION

AND RECOGNITION

A written validation and reference, and public accreditation.

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Trust in scaling deployment 

​The AI Guild accreditation identifies leaders in the profession for advancing AI adoption. It builds trust because accreditation is

  • Transparent – All accreditation criteria are public 

  • Explainable – The evidence to be submitted is simple and the assessment process is clear

  • Rigorous – Assessment is based on evidence, testing, and expert review to the highest quality standards

  • Fair – There are Independent observers and regular external public audits of the accreditation standards and process